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NevJB 6 2 1 United Kingdom
27 May 2020 7:44AM
Very classy GrinGrinGrinGrin
27 May 2020 7:52AM
Love them both.
Howard2 5 3 4 United Kingdom
27 May 2020 7:58AM
this image has real style - I would prefer it either without that bright display shelving (move J back a touch) or with stylish vase or two on display (same shade as her dress) to mask those bright spots.
kaybee Plus
16 7.6k 26 Scotland
27 May 2020 8:22AM
The statuesque pose whilst showing movement is a stroke of genius.
I would disagree with Howard about the bright spots - they add life to the material and shape to her form beneath.
27 May 2020 8:23AM
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please, see mod 2
27 May 2020 8:43AM
Like this shot, have caught the movement beautifully makes the photo
saltireblue Plus
10 11.6k 71 Norway
27 May 2020 8:53AM
Auditioning to become a whirling dervish?
bliba Plus
15 2 Austria
27 May 2020 9:22AM
great use of the slow shutter speed - fine work
dudler Plus
17 1.5k 1809 England
27 May 2020 9:38AM
Actually, Joceline trained as a ballet dancer in her teens. So she's already qualified to whirl, I think... One of John Tisbury's most notable images is of her feet, in ballet shoes, en pointe, and with her ankles cuffed together.
27 May 2020 9:58AM
A wonderfully fluid and elegant image - delighted to make it 30! Must dash - a bit of Danish oiling to finish ... make of that what you will! 🥴
dudler Plus
17 1.5k 1809 England
27 May 2020 10:12AM
Danish, not Swedish? It must, therefore, be unrelated to Samantha and Sven...
27 May 2020 11:17AM
I am not into portraiture as such. But on seeing this particular shot I must admit it is very good and yes I would not mind taking a similar shot. So well done John. David
Irishkate Plus
10 44 118 United Kingdom
27 May 2020 11:52AM
Stylish and classy but must say I do like Kaybbe's mono mod.
KateGrin
mistere Plus
7 6 4 England
27 May 2020 12:45PM
Very nice John. I'm sure there must be some,very unintentional, 'low shutter speed' images
in the archive. I'll have to have a look and see if there are any 'happy accidents' lurking
there. It's a very nice effect. Something to try, next time there's somebody in front
of my camera.
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 18 Canada
27 May 2020 1:19PM
Very lovely. Prefer the lead and I do like all the versions.
AlfieK Plus
4 1 1 United Kingdom
27 May 2020 1:52PM
Both work for me - Love the feeling of movement..
Alfie
27 May 2020 2:00PM
The colours work so well to enhance this image, John.
I really like the result in both versions.
I think this type of shot works much better under a controlled environment and with a very well suited background, as you've proved here.

JohnSmile
mac Plus
19 11 Scotland
27 May 2020 3:25PM
You will go to the ball Cinderella, but without the glass slippers!
Nice match of colours with the blue dress against the more muted background.
Ian
JuBarney Plus
9 33 5 United Kingdom
27 May 2020 5:22PM
Two beautiful shots with the wonderful BG wall art.
Ju
dimalexa 4 5 Greece
27 May 2020 11:33PM
Great work with the low shutter speed, excellent composition and color, John! In my opinion, the shelves in the background are not in the image's spirit.
Dimitris
28 May 2020 1:23AM
Wonderful color...what a bright blue gown....a near fashion photo, John. And, yes, I also find the shelves distracting. The movement is quite arresting.

Peter

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